News for Tuesday, February 3, 2009


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Steele at the wheel - Joel Hall

This election season, African Americans came out in overwhelming support of Barack Obama. That support, however, was not an easy negotiation.

Cardinals beat Tigers in overtime thriller

By Brian Paglia

Chick-fil-A continues positive sales trend

By Jason A. Smith

DOE offers free online SAT prep

By Johnny Jackson

Dutchtown, North Clayton get split

By Phil Albert

Unclogging the liberal pipeline - Mike Reagan

After decades of watching their extravagant, wooly-headed, far-left programs languish in never-never land, Democrats are now realizing their once-forlorn hopes for a return to the good old days. Massive giveaways for their pet, socialist schemes -- and payoffs to labor unions and other financial supporters -- will now be the order of the day.

Proposed prison, police purchases win support

By Joel Hall

NAACP to lead protest over grave relocation

By Joel Hall

Obituaries - Feb. 3, 2009

Donald Edward Branscome

Chamber announces winners at annual awards dinner

By Maria Jose Subiria

Local shop sells 'ugly' toys

By Maria Jose Subiria

Tuskegee Airmen visit Jackson Elementary

By Curt Yeomans

School board rejects old search firm

By Curt Yeomans

Westlake sweeps Mundy's Mill

Mundy's Mill coach Lonnie Farmer knew defeating the Westlake Lady Lions (19-1:15-0) would be a tall order for his Lady Tigers (15-7, 10-5).

The School for Scandal Version 2.1 - Will Durst

A politician making lemonade, after being pelted by a bushel of media-chucked lemons, is as familiar as red yarn on the handle of a black bag on the luggage carousel at O'Hare.